This fisheye view of the feeding stations was made with my almost free fisheye lens. I was given a group of old lenses which included a Telesar Super Wider auxiliary lens with a 52mm filter thread I bought two step-up rings to bring it up to 72mm to attach to either of my two wide-angle zoom lenses. Just zoom the lens to 18mm and you have a fisheye view. These are the feeding stations as they are currently configured on the deck in rural upstate Columbia County, New York, USA. This image was cropped to 3000 pixels square with no other alterations. The Telesar lens was attached to my P/KA Vivitar 17-28mm f4-4.5 lens, all attached to my Pentax K20D camera body, manually focused, hand held, SR on, Av mode, f8, ISO 400.